Jacob Jones Janeway is buried at Elmwood Cemetery, New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Letters Explaining the Abrahamic Covenant, With a View to Establish, on This Broad and Ancient Basis, the Divine Right of Infant Baptism (1812)
Letters on the Atonement (1827)
Inaugural Address at Western Theological Seminary (1828, 1858)
An Exposition of a Portion of the Epistle to the Romans, in the Form of Questions and Answers Designed for Sabbath School and Bible Classes (1838)
The Christian Education of Children and Youth (1840)
An Exposition of a Portion of the Epistle to the Hebrews, in the Form of Questions and Answers Designed for Sabbath School and Bible Classes (1842)
Unlawful Marriage (1844)
The Internal Evidence of the Holy Bible or The Bible Proved From Its Own Pages to Be a Divine Revelation (1845)
The Communicant's Manual (1848)
A Family Piece; or, A Memoir of Mrs. Martha Gray Janeway (1852)
Hope for the Jews: or, The Jews Will Be Converted to the Christian Faith; and Settled and Reorganized as a Nation in the Land of Palestine (1853)
Antidote to the Poison of Popery, in the Writings and Conduct of Professors Nevin and Schaff (1856)
Hope For My Country: Showing the Divinity of Jesus Christ, and His Care Over His Church, as Exhibited in the Past History of Our Country (1856)
A 1842 edition with an expanded preface is available here.